This stuffed acorn squash is a delicious fall weeknight meal, great to throw in the slow cooker and forget, and it happens to be vegan!
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The tasty combination of the sweet butternut squash and the simple apple are the perfect puree for your 6-9 month baby.
If you are catching up on Get Real, here is a great opportunity to try homemade pasta! This ravioli dish is delicate, but still satisfying and filling.
Applesauce is a perennial favorite for most babies and toddlers. This take on applesauce adds the sweetness of butternut squash for a unique puree for your baby or toddler.
This family-favorite features familiar fall spices and make me long for a cool, crisp Saturday morning in which we eat a big breakfast before heading out to rake (and of course jump in!) leaves.
How to roast and freeze squash
This puree is slightly sweet, fragrant, and passed the Mommy Taste Test; I hate to feed my baby anything I find disgusting! If you have older kids, you can even blend the frozen puree cubes with frozen homemade yogurt and a little milk for a tasty fall smoothie.
A vegan favorite holiday centerpiece: Acorn Stuffed Squash. Most of the stuffed squash recipes I’ve seen come in two categories: savory meat stuffing or sweet fruit stuffing. Of course, as a centerpiece, I’d rather have savory since the centerpiece should be an entree.
Packed with butternut squash, beef and delicious herbs, Gluten Free Dairy Free Beef and Butternut Stew is a welcome change from the usual gluten free sandwich.
I’ve become somewhat addicted to Blueberry-Balsamic marinade of late. So, when I received not only beautiful pattypan squash and portabellas, but also blueberries in a recent CSA box, I decided on a variant of stuffed peppers. I love replacing the rice in stuffed peppers with quinoa, which is a complete protein, and portabellas are just [...]